Study: Climate change a death knell for most Californian fish

Grist: Cold-water-loving fish will find California`s rivers and streams to be increasingly inhospitable - and deadly. A study published in the online journal PLOS ONE finds that rising water temperatures may drive many of the state`s native species extinct, while helping invasive fish flourish. From the study: Most native fishes will suffer population declines and become more restricted in their distributions; some will likely be driven to extinction. Fishes requiring cold water [less than 72 degrees]......

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